@ GlassAxe- Consuming the recommended 30+ grams of dietary fiber a day can be hard. Refined starches have very little fiber, and meat, milk, and eggs have none. For most people this is the bulk of their daily diet.
Here are some foods that contain high amounts of fiber.
Grains and Breads: Double fiber wheat (6 grams per slice), brown rice (3.5 grams/cup), shredded wheat (5.5 g/half cup), and all bran cereal (9 g/half cup).
Fruits and Vegetables: Apple (3.5 grams), banana (3 grams), blackberries (7.5 g/cup), beans (10 g/cup), lentils (15.5 g/cup), and potato (4.5 grams).
Knowing what foods have fiber can help you consume the suggested amount.